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Tong Ah and a sand pile
Tong Ah Eating House, an old iconic coffee shop at the junction of Teck Lim Road and Keong Siak Road built in 1939, has closed due to a change in owner recently. An old shop house in a most strategic location at the edge of Singapore's Chinatown, it will soon join the ranks of boutique hotels which have sprouted in the area in the recent years. This photo was taken on the last night, on 14 July 2013 in all its splendour, as patrons young and old tuck in to their last meal there before it relocates. Added in Cityscapes portfolio.
Rain erosion of a pile of sand, waiting after some months for use in massive building construction, has carved most a interesting sandscape. Added in Fine Art (Black & White).
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